it's like to be... to be there. >> pelley: the pentagon is not happy about "no easy day." they have a different account of bin laden's final minutes, saying that he was first shot when the seals were inside his bedroom. spokesman george little said that owen signed a secrecy agreement as a seal and should've submitted his book for editing by the government. >> george little: the author is in material breach of his secrecy agreements with the united states government. we believe that sensitive and classified information is contained in the book. i don't think i could be any clearer than that. >> pelley: owen insists that there's nothing in the book that compromises the secrets of the united states or the safety of the seals. but the government is considering a lawsuit to seize the profits from the book. the bin laden raid was mark owen's last. a few months later, he went to new york and saw ground zero for the very first time. >> owen: our team played a small, little piece. some people would argue bigger. but, you know, to us, it's very... we were just doing our jobs. not a big deal.